OTT Movies That Inspire You to Start a Business

OTT movies created more success in the entertainment industry in comparison to movies that are only released in theaters.
OTT Movies That Inspire You to Start a Business
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OTT movies created more success in the entertainment industry in comparison to movies that are only released in theaters. The platforms that offer OTT movies and web series have seen a great hike in terms of subscriptions since the 2019 Pandemic situation. Due to the threat of coronavirus, people prefer to watch movies at home instead of sitting in theaters with the crowd.

However, choosing movies that entertain you becomes tough these days. People want to watch those movies that meant something to them. It’s human psychology that people always pick those movies with which they could relate themselves. If talking about interest, then we all love to watch movies that inspire us somehow. Here in this article, you will get to know about some of the most inspiring movies or real-life stories of entrepreneurs.

‘The Founder’ (OTT Platform- Netflix and Amazon Prime)

The Founder

"The Creator" is fascinated by its hero, McDonald's chain founder Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton), but disgusted by how he established his business. That type of ambiguity is fantastic; in fact, it's a characteristic of great drama.

But there are too many instances when "The Founder" becomes a business-drama variation of Francois Truffaut's famous war film problem: it's difficult to produce an anti-war picture because war is intrinsically cinematic, and when you show it, people get swept up in the action nonetheless.

The movie is about how McDonald’s exactly started and how it came under the franchise system.

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‘The Social Network’ (OTT Platform- Netflix)

The Social Network

Of course, this is young Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), the mastermind behind the social-networking behemoth Facebook.

As the film makes obvious, the facts surrounding Facebook's foundation are in dispute, but Zuckerberg did, without a doubt, construct it. Rather than celebrating this achievement, the film investigates how a man who has no interest in money becomes the world's youngest billionaire while losing his one real friend.

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‘Jobs’ (OTT Platform- Amazon Prime)

Jobs

JOBS is the chronicle of Steve Jobs' life as it relates to the creation and growth of Apple Computers. Director Joshua Michael Stern's biopic of Apple CEO Steve Jobs (Ashton Kutcher) follows Jobs from his days as a Reed College dropout looking for life's beauty and purpose through his early work as an Atari programmer.

After working with an old buddy, Steve Wozniak (Josh Gad), Jobs finds that Woz has a side project that he's working on for fun: a personal computer board that can be connected to a TV monitor. Jobs believes the concept is brilliant and encourages Wozniak to deliver it to a computer club, which leads to the company's first retail order of "Apple" computers.

‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ (OTT Platform- Amazon Prime)

The Wolf of Wall Street

The term "The Wolf of Wall Street" has been given to three persons; nevertheless, Martin Scorsese's new film The Wolf of Wall Street is based on the life of one "Wolf" in particular Jordan Belfort.

Jordan Belfort worked at many brokerage businesses during the 1980s, and after he had amassed enough money, he founded his firm, Stratton Oakmont, on Long Island, New York. Belfort hired numerous friends and his father to assume high-level roles in the business, assuming that he could trust and manage them.

Money Ball (OTT Platform- Netflix)

Money Ball

During the 2002 season, the nation's lowest-paid Major League Baseball team set a new American League record with a 20-game winning streak. That same season, the squad started with 11 consecutive losses. What occurred in between is the subject of "Moneyball," a brilliant, dramatic, and poignant film about the fight between intuition and data.

It focuses on the character of Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt), who turned to management after a terrible start as an MLB player, motivated by his hatred of losing. He'd led the A's to the World Series the previous season, only to have them lose and their top three players recruited away by richer clubs paying far more wages.

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